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dopey's version from 2015-09-16 21:11

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Non-mod Diabetes1) age > 45, 2) ethnicity, 3) family history, 4) history of gestational, 5) A1C > 5.7 or high tests
Mod Diabetes1) Wt >25 or 23 for asians, 2) HTN >140/90, 4) dyslipidemia hdl < 35, TG >250, 5) inactivity < 3/week, 6) clinical condition associated with insulin resistance - obesity, 7) polycystic ovarian syndrome, 8) cvd
HTN1) >55 men, > 65 women; 2) diabetes; 3) dyslipidemia, 4) family history of premature < 55 or < 65), 5) estimated grr 60 ml/min, 6) physical inactivity, 7) tobacco use, 8) obesity
obesity1) race (blacks, whites, asians, hispanics), 2) elderly, 3) increased obesity risk for lower income women and black and mexican men with higher incomes, 4) gender, 5) genetics, 6) conditions (hypothyroidism ,cushion's syndrome, mental disorders, 7) MEDs- steroids (prednisone and dexamethasone), 2nd gen antipsychotics (quetiapine, risperidone, olanzapine), 8) lifestyle, 9) nutrition
osteo non modifiable1) race: caucasian or asian, 2) gender: female, 3) age: > 50 y/o, 4) history of fracture, 5) parental history, 6) diseases - anorexia, rheumatoid arthritis, 7) menopause
osteo modifiable1) low body weight/bmi, 2) low calcium intake, 3) vitamin d deficiency, 4) low levels of sex hormone, 5) alcohol, smoking, 6) cognitive/visiual impairment
dyslipidemia equation1) > 55, >45, 2) family history, 3) smoker, 4) untreated SBP >110, 5) TC > 170, 6) HDL < 50 or <40
dyslipidemia not in equationLDL > 160, genetic hyper lipid, hs-crp > 2 mg/L, cac score > 300, cac > 75th percentile for age sex ethn, abi < 0.9, elevated lifetime risk
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